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About Architectural Association School of Architecture
AA campus is featuring state-of-the-art facilities to enhance students' learning experience, including:
- AA Library (features over 40,000 volumes)
- Photo Library (features historical and contemporary buildings slides, as well as student work)
- Digital Prototyping Lab (features prototyping machines and a teaching space)
- Materials Workshop (equipped with machine and hand tools)
- Model Workshop (offers assistance and equipment to construct small-scale objects)
- Digital Photo Studio (equipped with DSLR cameras, backgrounds, lighting, and tripods)
- Audiovisual Department (houses audiovisual equipments and teaching spaces)
- Computer Department (features current design systems and softwares)
- Restaurant & Bar
- AA Bookshop (houses comprehensive range of architectural books)
- Radio Station
- AA gallery (exhibiting works from professionals)
The ten-building campus of 68,000 square feet means that for the first time in 50 years all students and staff are located at Bedford Square, and planning work can begin for a campus masterplan.
The dormitory, Westminster Lodge, accommodates 16 people in eight rooms each with two single beds, a toilet, shower and wash basin. A further eight fold-out camp beds are available for short visits. There is a large communal room with a wood burning stove. Basic tutor accommodation is also available in the hut adjacent to the workshop, where there is a room with two beds and a shower room. B&B and hotel accommodation is available in Hooke village, Beaminster and other local towns. Meals are provided in the Hooke Park refectory.
Courses available 10Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Architecture, Building & Planning 4 Creative Arts & Design 3 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Mass Communication & Media 1
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